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John Barrowman plaudert in diesem aktuellen Interview über sein neues Album, die Show "Strictly Come Dancing" und David Tennants Abschied von Doctor Who.

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Danke.

Die letzten Tage über gab's mehr Interviews mit JB:
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und in Heat gab's auch ein Interview, aber das find' ich gerade nicht.

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Ich mag es ihm zu zuhören. Er spricht für mich ausserordentlich klar und man kann alles wunderbar verstehen :). Ich überlege schon die ganze Zeit, ob ich mir seine CD anschaffen soll :-/

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Ich find' John einfach sympathisch und höre gerne, WAS er sagt. Seine Stimme mag ich auch. Deswegen hab' ich mir auch wohl "Another Life" jetzt als Hörbuch besorgt.

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ich glaube, ich werd mir daher auch seine CD nächste Woche holen xD. Er hat einfach eine klasse Singstimme :D

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John Barrowman über David Tennant, Matt Smith, Musicals, Torchwood... and..and..and
- gefunden hier: http://doctorwhotorchwood.com/ -

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David Tennant is the Best Doctor Who for me, says John Barrowman

JOHN BARROWMAN feels like he’s cheated on David Tennant after meeting the new Doctor Who, Matt Smith.

Glaswegian-born John, 41, who plays Captain Jack Harkness in Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood, has become friends with fellow Scot David, who is quitting as the 10th Doctor at the end of the year.

But John, who is gay, hadn’t met Matt until five minutes before our interview, and was clearly a bit giddy at the chance encounter.

He laughed: “I feel like I’ve had an affair against David because I’ve met the new guy. I liked him but, David, my heart is always with you.”

John was in the BBC’s London HQ to chat to me about his new variety show, Tonight’s The Night, and met Matt in the press office.

John said: “He walked right past me and he and I sat and had a chat. He’s got some big shoes to fill when David leaves, but he’ll bring his own spin to Doctor Who.

“He’s very handsome, very quirky but striking. I think he’ll do very well.”

But he’s not Scottish like David or you, I point out. John grinned: “Well, we can’t be greedy and Captain Jack will still be there. We don’t know yet, but the man who is now in charge, Steven Moffat (who is from Paisley), was one of the ones who created Captain Jack and he will always return to help the Doctor when he’s in need.”

John is chatting in his Glaswegian accent, not the American one you hear on Doctor Who or when he’s a judge on the BBC1 musical talent shows with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Any Dream Will Do, I’d Do Anything and How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria? Chatting to Scots, he uses his Scottish accent, although he moved from Glasgow to Illinois when he was eight. The accent may change but John’s heart is in the right place and he’s proud of his roots.

For the new show, he’ll even wear a blue and white Saltire costume, although it will be sparkly, of course.

John hosts the six-part Tonight’s The Night, which will be on our screens in the spring on Saturday nights.

It’s all about revealing people’s hidden performing dreams. Whether it’s singing, juggling or belly-dancing, it could see you duetting with your favourite pop group or dancing in a hit West End musical.

There have been claims that it’s the BBC’s attempt to grab back viewers from ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, but John disputes this.

“It’s not a competition. There is no winner,” he pointed out. “Everybody’s a winner. There’s noprize. It’s just about dream fulfilment.

“Anyone on the show will be trained before they go on. We don’t want people to look bad.

“Look, I’ll be blunt. It’s not there to take the p**s out of the public.”

For those old enough to remember Jim’ll Fix It, it’s also not that. John said: “I used to watch that and shows like Opportunity Knocks growing up in Scotland. But this isn’t about people writing in and saying I want to drive a bus and skid across a road. On Tonight’s The Night, you’ll have to drive the bus while other people will be dancing and singing, ‘We’re all going on a summer holiday’.”

John is defensive about the project because it was his idea. The entertainment all-rounder has starred in West End musicals, presented television shows, acted, competed in Dancing On Ice and released his own music. Tonight’s The Night is a bit of all that.

He said: “This has been something I’ve been hoping and working towards, for 20-odd years really, to bring variety and performance back on to the BBC with a modern twist.

“Having done the Andrew Lloyd Webber programmes, I know performance shows are loved. But I wanted to bring back a variety show to the BBC. That was the challenge.”

He’s recording a pilot, which won’t be broadcast, to see how the format works. And, as a Scot, he is desperate that there will be lots of Scots in the mix.

John reckons, with Keith Jack coming second in Any Dream Will Do and Ashley Russell competing to play Nancy in I’d Do Anything, there’s “an extreme amount of talent in Scotland and we need to bring it down here”.

But he’s not just looking for youngsters who want to be stars. He wants belly-dancing mums who haven’t told their families about their secret hobby but would love to perform on television. Or it could be reuniting members of a school band. Another strand will see soldiers, firemen, nurses and police officers performing.

John said: “It’s going to be full of surprises. Every week, I will do a challenge against a mystery celebrity to raise cash for charity.”

It seems just like 2008, this year will see John hardly off our television screens.

Torchwood is coming back later this year and will be moved from BBC2 to BBC1. He is hoping for a new series of his CBBC show, Animals At Work. And he’ll be on a 17-date tour from May, promoting his album, Music Music Music, which includes the Gary Barlow track, What About Us. He comes to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on May 14 and says the tour is “about 80 per cent sold out”. At the end of the year, he plays Robin Hood in panto at the Cardiff International Arena after a very successful debut last Christmas in the all-singing, all dancing, all-ice skating show at the Birmingham Hippodrome.

But it seems John is feeling the credit crunch, just like the rest of us.

“This year, in particular, I want to keep working because it’s going to be a hard one with the economy,” he said.

His busy schedule has also put paid to plans to adopt a child with his architect partner Scott Gill, whom he married in a civil partnership two years ago.

Scott went to Cambodia last year and helped design and build an orphanage.

But John laughed: “Adopting is on hold at the moment unless you want to see John Barrowman with a sparkly blue and white suit and a baby hanging off his back in a rucksack.”

Well, Tonight’s The Night for that, John.

HOW TO BE A STAR ON TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT

IF you know someone whose achievements or talents deserve to be in the spotlight, tell John Barrowman and his team now.

No matter how big, small, or crazy that performing wish is, they will do their best to grant it.

Email them now on tonightsthenight@bbc.co.uk or, drop a line to PO Box 60941, London, W12 2AP. This is not a talent contest with regional auditions.

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Zur Abwechselung mal etwas in Deutsch, gefunden in der Frankenpost:
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"Ich hätte gerne ein Vorbild wie mich gehabt"

Ute Nardenbach (teleschau - der mediendienst)
Als omnisexueller, Aliens jagender Zeitreisender schaffte er den großen Durchbruch. John Barrowman, Chef der Geheimorganisation "Torchwood" (13 Folgen, mittwochs, 22.05 Uhr, RTL II), gelingt es spielend, die Welt vor fiesen Kreaturen aus dem All zu retten, dabei blendend auszusehen und heftig mit Männlein, Weiblein und "E.T." zu flirten. Ebenso vielseitig scheint der 42-jährige Schotte auch abseits der BBC-Sci-Fi-Serie zu sein. Der Vollblut-Entertainer betätigt sich neben der Schauspielerei auch als Sänger, Musical-Darsteller, Moderator, Casting-Juror und Buch-Autor. Sein Herz gehört allerdings seit mehr als 15 Jahren seinem Partner Scott. Im Interview verrät der gut aufgelegte John Barrowman, warum er gerne Vorbild für junge Homosexuelle ist, und gibt zudem noch Beziehungs- und Karriere-Tipps.


HIER geht's zum Interview

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Habt ihr das hier eigentlich schon gesehen?

JB bei Charlotte Church:

Teil 1
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Er ist einfach nur groß-ar-tig! :mrgreen:

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Hm... ich wollte hier mal nachgucken, was man noch updaten könnte.... und sehe, dass keine Antwort von mir vorhanden ist... die ich aber definitiv geschrieben hatte! :cry:

Sorry, Avarra... ich kann nur annehmen, dass ich, wie schon vorher passiert, zwar auf Vorschau, dann aber nicht auf absenden geklickt habe, und statt dessen anderweitig im Forum herumgehüpft bin. ARRRRGH!

Dieses Interview kannte ich noch nicht, hab's am Tag Deines posts angeschaut dann auch auf meiner Festplatte verewigt. Ist nämlich schön... der Barrowman frech wie immer, und eine Interviewerin, die rhetorisch wunderbar passt... und mir auch optisch sehr liegt :D

Danke für den link!!! :kussi

Morgen gibt's Nachschub! :P

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Im Zuge der dritten TORCHWOOD Staffel wird sicher noch das eine oder andere Interview aufkreuzen... und man kann sie nicht immer so richtig zuordnen.
Ist das nun mehr Barrowman, oder mehr Torchwood als Serie? Und eher episodenbezogen, oder mehr news?? :frage
--- EGAL! --- Der Barrowman kommt zu Wort, sagt seine persönliche Meinung... also hier herein.

Das Interview ist in kompletter Form in der eben erschienenen Radio Times veröffentlicht worden. BBC Wales hat die Nase mit einem Audio-File ganz weit vorn:
Barrowman labels cut-down Torchwood 'a punishment'

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Es ist landläufig bekannt, dass John Barrowman gern glitzernde Gürtelschnallen trägt. Aber er ist natürlich auch ein ganzer Kerl! Hier der Beweis:

Celebrity Drive: "Doctor Who" and "Torchwood" BBC Star John Barrowman
Devotion to Cars Runs Deep For Scottish Actor, Author, and TV Host
July 10, 2009
By K.S. Wang

Quick Stats: John Barrowman, actor and host
Daily Driver: 1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL (John's rating: 8 on a scale of 1 to 10)
Other cars: Toyota Prius to Renault Avantime (see below)
Favorite road trip: Illinois to California
Car he learned to drive in: 1978 Chevrolet Caprice classic station wagon
First car bought: 1989 Ford Escort XR3i

Although he speaks with an American accent, John Barrowman is one of the most popular actors in England these days. His character Capt. Jack on the wildly popular "Doctor Who" prompted its own spin-off, "Torchwood," which has become BBC America's highest-rated show.

He doesn't seem to mind the "Tom Cruise look-alike" references by British media. That's probably because Barrowman's career has been coming up roses after his big break in "Anything Goes" in London. He's since added TV hosting, albums, and an autobiography to his repertoire. The book was such a bestseller, he wrote a follow-up that will be out in October, with a chapter devoted to his cars.

Barrowman's love of cars runs deep -- he hails from a family of enthusiasts. On the phone from his London home, he is upbeat and gives the impression that while he revels in the fact he can buy any supercar on a whim, he feels truly blessed to be able to fund this passion.

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Barrowman's daily driver is a peppermint green 1982 Mercedes 380SL, which he rates an 8. "The 380SL for me is what I call the summer car -- the top is always down, the roof is always off," says Barrowman, who normally speaks with an American accent, except when he switches to a Scottish one when speaking to his folks. "It's one of those cars you have to drive because if it sits around, it starts to get problems. It's a car that's great on the motorway; it's great to drive around country lanes in the U.K. in it."

Barrowman bought the venerable roadster because he grew up watching "Dallas" and many of his car references are from TV and movies. "Bobby and Pamela Ewing drove a red one and I always wanted one of those as a kid," he says, adding he collected Matchbox cars back then. "I still have all my Matchbox cars. I wanted to grow up and have a car collection. A real one. That was my dream."

Part of that dream was a DeLorean, which he recently sold. "I never drove it. It sat in the garage. If I'm going to buy a car, even if it's a vintage car or classic, I don't want to just sit and look at it. I want to drive it. The DeLorean was just one of those cars that was a 10 to look at, but it was a 4 to drive," Barrowman says with a chuckle.

Although he's not afraid to put miles on each car, Barrowman does treat them with care, almost like museum pieces. He lives in London with his partner, Scott, but they also have a beach home in Cardiff, where the garage has a wall of glass to showcase the collection. "If I have guests and we have drinks, I can turn the lights on, so it's like a little mini showroom," he says, buoyantly.

Barrowman named his 380SL after the Wicked Witch of the West, because she's green. "I always joke about this -- people have this stereotype about gay men and I break every stereotype, because I like cars, I like machinery," he says. "Now I do name my cars. She's called Elphaba and she's absolutely stunning."

He bought the 380SL a couple years ago, after a successful run in a pantomime (a traditional Christmas show in the U.K., held in Birmingham). "I always believe in treating yourself. I'm just fortunate enough I can treat myself to a car. And that's what I do. After a job, I buy myself a car."

Barrowman is always working. That means there's always a new car to contemplate. His loves of cars is evident in "Torchwood," where his own cars have been featured.

"I've got a choice at the moment, because I've just finished my U.K. concert tour for my album, I'm going to treat myself again," he declares. "I'm looking at a Maserati Ghibli or TVR Cerbera and it's a 4.5 liter engine, a V8 engine in it."

But the choices abound. "There's a Fiat 500 which has been built and numbered by Ferrari It was built by Ferrari, so it's a limited edition, there were 200 of them built for the U.K."

Barrowman often elicits the help of his driver to check out a new prospect. "I buy a lot of my cars on eBay. I send him off to look at them before we buy them so they don't know it's me," he laughs. "I can't walk down the street without being recognize. But I love it. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love it."

After much thought, Barrowman's next treat to himself will probably be another Mercedes, the new luxurious E-Class sedan. "I went yesterday and I think I'm going to order the new E-Class Mercedes Sport, which they just released here, which is a beast. It's brand-new out here. It's stunning."

The only cars Barrowman keeps in London are his 2008 Toyota Prius and 2006 Mercedes-Benz ML320, for practical reasons.

Barrowman's cars

2008 Toyota Prius - Rating: 9
"The engine sometimes sounds like a hair dryer, but it prevents us being charged for congestion charges and higher road taxing in central London. That's the purpose of the Prius, to do something for the environment. I figure since I've got so many other cars," he laughs exuberantly. "It's nice to be able to say I bought a hybrid to get around the congestion charge."

2006 Mercedes-Benz ML320 - Rating: 10
"I'd rate that a 10 because like the Range Rover, it's a way to travel in comfort, style and to know that you're going to get there in one piece," Barrowman says.

2006 Range Rover Autobiography - Rating: 10
"It's like driving a beast with the fat tires and the aggressive stance that you feel have on the road, it gets you there in comfort, style and safely," he says. It is also used for long distances and Barrowman also gets driven around in it for work.

2003 Renault Avantime - Rating: 9
"When I sold the DeLorean, I bought the Avantime," he says. He bought the Avantime after completing another successful pantomine in the U.K. "On the way home one night, I was on the computer in the car while I was being driven home. I found this Avantime online and we passed the exit where the dealership was. I had my driver pull off and I just went in and bought it. There's only about 800 of them made. It's like driving a space car."

Barrowman also thinks of it as a quirky car that has "a funny back end on it." He says, "I'd have to rate that at as a 9 because it was a car before its time. It was built as a concept car really, but people didn't catch on to it. There's no pillars in this car, you can press a button - the roof and all the windows go down and it's open."

The Avantime is a recent purchase and he's only driven it a few times. "It was one of the first cars to have dual climate control, it had xenon headlights before they were put in any other vehicles, it's got the built-in six-CD changer, all the advanced stuff that wasn't available in a lot of cars at that time," he says. "I feel like George Jetson in it."

2008 Volvo C70 Convertible - Rating: 8
"It's a car that when the sun is shining, like today, it's bright sunshine, I put the hard top down, drove to the grocery store with my sunglasses on and my hair blowing in the wind. Not that I have any hair on my head because I've got really short hair," he laughs. "I like that car because it reminds me of a Transformer."

2004 Ford Escape - Rating: 8
When asked if he bought the Escape to support the U.S. economy, since a large part of his childhood was spent in the Midwest (and he can afford any supercar), he says he just really liked the Escape, which is what he calls his "workhorse." "I think Ford's a good car, I have stock in Ford and ironically I had stock in General Motors," he says. "I think Ford is a car that anybody can go out and buy, it's reliable, it's inexpensive to run, they're just good, well-built American cars. Over here we call them the Ford Maverick."

He gives it an 8 for reliability. "It does the job it's supposed to do, it hauls things. When I bought my DeLorean, we towed it from Northern Ireland all the way down to Cardiff, Wales. Which is a long way. That's across the Irish channel."

Car he learned to drive in
Barrowman was born in Scotland, and his family moved to Aurora, Illinois, when he was 8. They moved to Joliet when he was 14 and that's where he learned to drive in an automatic 1978 Chevrolet Caprice classic station wagon his freshman year. "My father was an executive for Caterpillar in the U.S. and he used to take us, when we were old enough, to the parking lot of the facility and set up an obstacle course."

When Barrowman was old enough, it was important to be able to drive on highways such as I-55. "One of the things my dad did when we were younger, to make us good drivers, he took us into the city and to downtown Chicago. We went right to point A and back home. That's one of the best things you can do." He later took his driver's test with a manual tranny, to prove he could do it, and passed.

First car bought
Barrowman's dad bought all three of his children cars when they turned 16, so his high school car was a 1983 Volkswagen Scirocco. "It was a red and I loved that car. My family, we loved our cars. Every Saturday living in Joliet, we had a circle driveway and would put all the cars in the front and we'd all wash our own cars. Then leave them there in the afternoon to have like a little car show," he laughs.

Barrowman moved back to the U.K. and got his big break on the West End in "Anything Goes" in 1989. He then bought his first automotive treat after completing a gig.

"The first car I bought myself was a 1989 Ford Escort XR3i, which was like what they call a boy racer car here in the U.K., which they didn't make in America," he points out. "The thing that gutted me then, was I was paying as much for that car in my head in dollar terms as I would for a BMW because of the exchange rate."

Since the Ford Escort, there's been a steady slew of eclectic cars, proof of a very busy career. "I've lived by the philosophy that every time I do a big job, I usually buy myself another car," he says.

While he can't go out of his home in London without being recognized, Barrowman has always maintained a healthy attitude about success. "As long as I was working and was able pay my bills and supply myself with what I wanted, I was successful, whether that was being paid $200 a week or $200,000."

Luckily, Barrowman's career continued its upward trajectory, so he could begin to collect cars in earnest. Shortly after the Escort, Barrowman bought his first extravagant car, a limited edition Jaguar XJS. "When I did 'Sunset Boulevard' for Andrew Lloyd Webber, I went to Jaguar and had them build me an Insignia Jaguar. I chose the color, the gear stick was molded to my hand, I picked out all the leather. I paid $50,000 pounds for that."

Favorite road trip
A few years ago, Barrowman and his partner took what became their favorite road trip - retracing the ill-fated Donner party route from Illinois to California. "I had a green Chrysler Voyager minivan and we took all of our dogs, piled them in," he says. "We took the exact route they did. They traveled from the Midwest to try to get to California, but they got stuck in Tahoe. Where they got stuck, we went skiing."

"Torchwood: Children of Earth"

Car enthusiasts who just watch BBC America for their fill of "Top Gear" might enjoy seeing some of Barrowman's own cars showcased in "Torchwood," including a Porsche he used to own and his ML320.

"Being a guy who likes cars, the character I play, Capt. Jack, is a gadget fiend, so when they asked what kind of vehicle I wanted to have in 'Torchwood,' I said a Range Rover. We have this blacked-out customized Range Rover that Capt. Jack drives," he says. "We also have another fleet of cars, which ironically, in Torchwood series 3, which is about to air on BBC America, my Porsche Boxster was featured in it. My own character was driving my own Porsche Boxster."

"Torchwood: Children of Earth" will be a five-night television event on BBC America airing July 20 to July 24. If you miss it, catch the marathon on July 26 or get the DVD when it drops July 28. Sci-fi fans can catch Barrowman stateside as well. He will be part of a "Torchwood" panel at Comic-Con in San Diego July 26, along with writer/executive producer Russell T. Davies (also of "Doctor Who" fame). Other BBC America stars, including "Doctor Who" David Tennant, will also be at Comic-Con.

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Was für eine Sammlung - bin schwer beeindruckt :umkipp

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Alles vorhanden, was Mann so braucht ;)
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Der Ranger ist sicherlich ein verkapptes (ausrangiertes) Torchwood vehicle, wer weiss... :grinser

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John ist vom britischen Theater-Magazin "The Stage" interviewt worden... fast eine ganze Stunde lang!
Am Anfang wird sehr viel und sehr detailliert über "La Cage.." geredet, doch dann folgt auch jede Menge zu John selbst und etlichen Aspekten seines Lebens und seiner Karriere.

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Ich habe noch nicht mal die Hälfte gehört und bin schon restlos begeistert!

Hier zwei links... auf beiden Seiten kann man zum podcast clicken, bzw. zu iTunes:
http://blogs.thestage.co.uk/podcasts/20 ... odcast-37/
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Danke für den Link, Jack! Hab's grad durchgehört und John ist wie immer sehr unterhaltsam (bis auf den Teil mit den Autos *schnarch*). Die meisten Anekdoten kennt man als Fan dann doch auch, aber es war trotzdem auch viel Neues drin (diese Desperate-Housewives-Sache hätt er ruhig genauer verraten können :dalekfire )

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Oh... ein Fan-Interview!!! - Bei digital spy! :mrgreen:
Und sooo gut, denn wir erfahren so einiges über Johns zukünftige Pläne, über den status quo von Torchwood season 4, wie auch Desperate Housewifes...

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/a179453/ ... hwood.html

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Vielen Dank, Jack.
So wie ich das verstanden habe, gibt es kontkrete Pläne zu TW 4. JB behauptet zwar er wisse nichts genaues, aber am Ende des Interviews hat er sich "verplappert". :grinser :grinser
Da wurde er gefragt was er denn kommendes Jahr so an Arbeit hätte. Es fielen die Antworten "Panto" "Torchwood"
"Tour" und "CD". Und zwar in dieser Reihenfolge, falls ich es richtig verstanden habe. Entweder er hat die Aufzählung ganz automatisch aus dem Gedächtnis gefischt und nicht darauf geachtet ob er jetzt TW erwähnt (was ich mir nicht vorstellen kann. Schließlich ist er ja ein Medienprofi), oder er hat was ich mir schon eher vorstellen kann die "Erlaubnis" über den bevorstehenden Dreh zu sprechen. Da kann man jetzt nur noch :kaffee

Falls ich mich trotzdem verhört haben sollte tut´s mir leid. Dann werde ich :zetern mir einen :kopfschlag geben und mich verschämt hinter dem :sofa verstecken.

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Du hast Dich nicht verhört. :D Allerdings hat er auch gesagt, dass alles noch in der Verhandlungsphase ist... sprich: es gibt zwar Pläne, aber noch ist NICHTS unter Dach und Fach.
Das betrifft Torchwood ganz genau so wie z.B. die Mitwirkung bei "Desperate Housewifes". Barrowman hat alles zeitlich eingeplant, könnte alles unter einen Hut kriegen... aber noch laufen die Verhandlungen.

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Danke für die genauere Übersetzung. Da war bei mir warscheinlich der Wunsch der Vater des Gedanken.
Obwohl, wenn er bis Ende 2011 komplett ausgebucht ist?? Mal sehen

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John Barrowman ist wahrscheinlich der Interview-Traum jedes Journalisten... so locker wie er mit Fragen umgeht und sowohl informativ als auch lustig ist - das könnte ich mir immer wieder anschauen! Ich glaub ich muss mir das gleich nochmal antun, allein schon wegen des Tangas :rollen
Besonders interessant fand ich die Infos über die neue CD. Klingt so, als könnte mich das dieses Mal auch begeistern.
Danke für's Finden und Posten, Jack!

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JB hat doch gesagt das die neue CD so um Muttertag rauskommt.
Nun meine vielleicht etwas doofe Frage?? :oops:
Ist in England Muttertag auch am 2. Sonntag im Mai??? :frage

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momo hat geschrieben:
JB hat doch gesagt das die neue CD so um Muttertag rauskommt.
Nun meine vielleicht etwas doofe Frage?? :oops:
Ist in England Muttertag auch am 2. Sonntag im Mai??? :frage


Ich weiß zwar nichts über ein neues Album, aber ich weiß ganz sicher, dass der Muttertag im UK nicht am 2. Sonntag im Mai ist. Dort ist er immer irgendwann im März.

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Ha, ich wußte doch das ich doof bin :kopfschlag
Danke für die Info White Lady.
Das mit dem Album hat er in diesem Interview erwähnt. Wir ein reines Musicalalbum.
Und das Lied Memories aus Cats hat er im keltischem Stil arangieren lassen. So habe ich das
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Hallo, habe wieder ein neues Interview mit JB gefunden. Er stellt sein neues Buch vor.
Da ích jetzt dank Euch weiß wie man einen Link anzeigt, kann mich nichts mehr aufhalten. :jiggle

Nun aber zum Link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmYwHm7K9PY

Na hoffentliclh habe ich jetzt den Mund nicht zu voll genommen. :umkipp

:grinser Juhu, es funtioniert. :popcorn

Man erfährt auch etwas über seine "natürliche Haarfarbe".

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Neiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin! Neineineinein! Ich werde John nie wieder anschauen können, ohne nach grauen Ansätzen zu suchen! Ganz davon abgesehen, dass mein armes Fan-Herz gerade unrettbar gebrochen wurde und ich bis an mein Lebensende von John enttäuscht sein werde. Hey, was heißt hier ,,übertrieben"? ;)
Danke jedenfalls für den Link, momo!
Und trotzdem.... graue Haare überfärbt *schnief*
Ich wette, John würde mit NHF richtig, richtig gut aussehen?
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Aber er würde auch älter aussehen... und er ist nun mal Entertainer und Schauspieler... und außerdem hat Scott es so gewollt (sagt er...).
Ist schon okay, finde ich, dass er färbt. Jeder muss das selber wissen!
Gut finde ich, dass er keinen Hehl daraus macht und nicht versucht, aller Welt das als normal zu verkaufen. Ich habe woanders schon mal gesehen, wo der Haaransatz gefärbt wird und Barrowman ganz locker darüber spricht... war das ein TW Declassified, vielleicht? Ich meine, da wär's um Jack gegangen... vielleicht kann das auch mal jemand posten.

edit: interview-link (ITV 02.10.09) habe ich entfernt - hatte Arcadia schon unter "La Cage..." gepostet :D

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